MEPs push to build a zero-emissions bus fleet

The European Parliament has voted to increase the number of zero-emissions buses on Europe's roads, agreeing to additional public procurement targets in the revised clean vehicles directive

The European Parliament has voted to increase the number of zero-emissions buses on Europe's roads, agreeing to additional public procurement targets in the revised clean vehicles directive (CVD).

MEPs voted in plenary on Thursday by 400 to 76 for a report drafted by conservative EPP member Andrzej Grzyb, which campaign group Transport and Environment called a “moderate improvement” on the European Commission’s proposed revision of the CVD.

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